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Who Was Ernest Shackleton

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As a boy he preferred reading sea stories to doing homework and, at age 16, became an apprentice seaman. Subsequently, Ernest Shackleton’s incredible journeys to the South Pole in the early 1900s made him one of the most famous explorers of modern times. His courage in the face of dangerous conditions and unforeseeable tragedies reveal the great leader that he was. His historic 1914 journey aboard the Endurance has all the drama of an action movie.

Ernest Shackleton

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Learn all about the thrilling adventures of the Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton and how he and his team survived against the odds. This book commemorates the anniversary of Shackleton's famous Antarctic expedition of 1914-1917, an incredible real-life adventure story of leadership and heroism.

Ernest Shackleton

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Part of the best-selling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, Ernest Shackleton tells the inspiring story of this world-renowned explorer.

Ernest Shackleton

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A biography of Sir Ernest Shackleton, the daring, charismatic Antarctic explorer who fell short of his goal of crossing Antarctica, but accomplished a far greater feat by bringing every member of his crew back alive.

Ernest Shackleton s Antarctic Expedition

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Readers will travel along on a disastrous expedition that could have ended with no survivors. Trapped in ice and stranded for 20 months, readers will be fascinated to learn how Shackleton and his crew bonded together so that not a single man’s life was lost. Full of heroic details and vivid photographs, any young reader will feel like an explorer.

South

Author : Ernest Henry Shackleton
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Ernest Shackleton sailed to the South Pole as the First World War broke out in Europe, intent on making the first ever trans-Antarctic crossing. [i]South![/i] is Shackleton's first-hand account of the epic expedition, which he described as the last great journey on earth.During the journey, their ship, the Endurance, became trapped by ice and was crushed, forcing the men to survive in and escape from one of the world's most hostile environments. With no hope of rescue, Shackleton and four others set sail in a small open boat on a 600-mile crossing to South Georgia. Shipwrecked on the uninhabited side of the island, they were forced into making the first ever winter crossing of the island, all the time threatened by brutal cold and hunger. [i]South![/i] solidified Shackleton's name as an explorer. The dramatic story, one of the most astonishing feats of Polar escapology, remains as enthralling as when it was first published in 1919.Stanfords Travel Classics feature some of the finest historical travel writing in the English language, with authors hailing from both sides of the Atlantic. Every title has been rest in a contemporary typeface and has been printed to a high quality production specification, to create a series that every lover of fine travel literature will want to collect and keep.

Ernest Shackleton

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Ernest Shackleton

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Discover the remarkable life of Ernest Shackleton...Ernest Shackleton was not just a great explorer-he was also a great commander. When the chips were down, he could always be depended upon to put others ahead of himself. Shackleton knew how to push the limits until he was able to exceed well above even the most generous of expectations that had been laid out for him. Yet time and time again, he also proved to be a compassionate leader who made sure that he never left a single man behind on his expeditions. This compassionate concern for those under his charge was brilliantly evidenced in his famous journey to the Antarctic on the ship prophetically named the Endurance. The mission's main objective would prove to be a failure, but what Shackleton achieved in terms of common humanity was stunning all the same. In this book, you will find presented in full the life, the legend, and the enduring spirit of one of the greatest adventurers this world has ever known-Sir Ernest Shackleton. Discover a plethora of topics such as Early Life in Ireland Denied His Love First Expedition to Antarctica A Race against Death Business Ventures and Political Aspirations Shipwrecked on an Ice Floe And much more! So if you want a concise and informative book on Ernest Shackleton, simply scroll up and click the "Buy now" button for instant access!

Ernest Shackleton

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Could you survive being stranded in the Antarctic? Ernest Shackleton: Survival in the Antarctic in the True Survival series explores Shackleton's shocking survival story. The book is written with a high interest level and lower level of complexity to serve more mature students reading at lower levels. Clear visuals, colorful photographs (including images of the survivors!), and considerate text help with comprehension and wild facts hold the readers' interest from the first page to the last. A table of contents, glossary, and index all enhance comprehension and vocabulary.

South The Story of Shackleton s Last Expedition 1914 1917

Author : Ernest Shackleton
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Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton CVO OBE, was one of the principal figures of the period known as the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration. His first experience of the polar regions was as third officer on Captain Scott's Discovery Expedition, 1901-04, from which he was sent home early on health grounds. Determined to make amends for this perceived personal failure, he returned to Antarctica in 1907 as leader of the Nimrod Expedition. In January 1909 he and three companions made a southern march which established a record Farthest South latitude at 88°23'S, 97 geographical miles (114 statute miles, 190 km) from the South Pole, by far the closest convergence in exploration history up to that time. For this achievement, Shackleton was knighted by King Edward VII on his return home. This edition covers Shackleton's final, and most dramatic Antarctic expedition, and contains 95 original black and white illustrations. (FULLY ILLUSTRATED)